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1st Edition, THE Classroom Management Book
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1 Read how effectiveness relates to The Four Stages of Teaching.
2 Read how to implement Kounin’s six behaviors of good classroom managers.
3 Access Nile Wilson's Orchestra Handbook and learn how she plans for student success.
4 See what Karen Rogers uses to remind herself what it takes to start the school year successfully.
5 Access more examples of first-day scripts and put together one before your first day of school.
6 View all of the PowerPoint slides in Diana Greenhouse’s presentation to beginning teachers.
7 Rap along with Alex Kajitani’s “The Routine Rhyme” and find the procedures in the song.
8 Sarah’s blurbs are an excellent compilation of the basic procedures taught in many classrooms.
9 View more examples of PowerPoint slides that have been shared with us.
10 See how Karen Rogers checks for understanding after she introduces her classroom mgmt. plan.
11 Read this simple dialog to understand the words to use when teaching a procedure.
12 Students want to know who you are and the answers to these seven questions.
PROCEDURES: For the First Day of School
13 Richard shares some of his favorite quotes he has used as part of his Bellringer activity.
PROCEDURES: For Students
14 Learn how to create a free, class web page, so your students can access their work.
15 This is a Homework Checklist to help students establish a consistent routine.
PROCEDURES: For the Classroom
16 Check your emergency preparedness information against what others do.
17 “Give Me Five,” made famous by Cindy Wong, is a classic technique used across grade levels.
18 Learn more about how praising a deed is more effective than complimenting the student.
19 Learn the methods and benefits of assigning each student in your class a unique number.
20 Learn how to keep materials organized to ease the confusion experienced during transition times.
21 Watch Chelonnda Seroyer tell how the Pink Slip saved her life and a grandmother’s life.
22 Read Thomas Guskey’s article, “O Alternative” for other scoring options.
23 Listen to Chelonnda Seroyer share how she uses the Guideline Infraction Notice.
PROCEDURES: For Instruction
24 Learn a card trick from a college professor and how she calls on students in her classroom.
25 Learn the value of wait-time and how it improves students’ responses.
26 Learn some ways to quickly form groups without using any cards, marbles, candy, or other objects.
27 Browse these free countdown timers to alert students to get ready for transitions.
28 Jeff Gulle shares his SQ4R template with you to use with your students.
PROCEDURES: For the Special Needs Classroom
29 Access some templates for Happy Grams to send throughout the year.
30 Learn to identify autistic and ADHD children and how to help them be successful.
PROCEDURES: For Teachers
31 Listen to Robin Barlak's class sing the Snack Song.
32 Help your substitute teacher be prepared for any situation encountered.
33 Read the surprise students left for parents at Back-to-School night in Cindy Wong's classroom.
34 See some sample letters teachers use to connect with the home.
35 See how Oretha Ferguson presents this information to parents on the first day of school.
36 View and download the Online Safety Pledge Oretha Ferguson uses with her students.
37 Access more ten-day plans of other effective teachers to find out what they do.
38 Use the Observation Rubric to create a schoolwide Culture of Consistency.
39 Read, print, or post these reminders of your potential as an effective teacher.
40 Listen to a special message from Harry and Rosemary.